A 476-gate-count dynamic optically reconfigurable gate array VLSI chip in a standard 0.35 micrometer CMOS technology


High-speed reconfigurable processors have been developed in recent years: they are DAP/DNA chips and DRP chips [1][2]. These devices can be changed from one context to another context at every clock cycle in a few nanoseconds. However, their die size limits the number of reconfiguration contexts of currently available DAP/DNA and DRP chips to 4-16. 
DOI: 10.1145/1118299.1118330


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